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Screen adjust on first boot?

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Hi, I have a problem with my screen, when my phone reboots, the screen is nice and shiny and the colors are bright and clear, but when I lock the screen for the first time the blacknees like slides down the screen and when I unlock the colors are all dull and whites look grayish

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This is becoming too often problem! So we nead to write to Huawei demanding explanation & fix!

Bat before that what rom is casing this to you?

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Stock B186 UK Channel, its funny cause I would swear by it that Tillaz's Fusion X ROM Fixed the screen for me.. I will download and re test and confirm.. What's the best app back upper?

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Stock B186 UK Channel, its funny cause I would swear by it that Tillaz's Fusion X ROM Fixed the screen for me.. I will download and re test and confirm.. What's the best app back upper?

Hmm you know CM is having screen contrast issues maybe if I flash it it may reverse the problem for me? Haaha.. But no in all seriousness, I think when they released b190 they had the fix in the firmware

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Stock B186 UK Channel, its funny cause I would swear by it that Tillaz's Fusion X ROM Fixed the screen for me.. I will download and re test and confirm.. What's the best app back upper?

It's possible that Huawei did resolve this in B190 that FusionX is based... bat that throws out the claim that Y300-001 don't have IPS display.

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I have flashed Fusion X and the colours on the screen do seem to be better, they don't look as faded

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When i check something i will post a link for backup of B194 that's meant for European models of Y300...

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Why are people greeting these updates but UK customers don't get a damn thing.. can't wait for my credit to build up so I can go get a xperia SP or Galaxy mini 4 ")

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